Media Appearence: Kudlow & Kramer (6/1/04)


I’ll be on Kudlow & Kramer tonite at 5:30pm on CNBC.

We will be discussing “Confirming a Market Turn,” and “Timing Market Turns.”
The related topics/sub text will be Oil, Terrorism, and the Presidential Elections . . .

Should be fun — I have actually never met James Cramer in person before . . .

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  1. Thomas Warfield commented on Jun 2

    I happened to catch you on the show yesterday. The other guy seemed to get all the screen time. At the end there when you mentioned slowing retail sales, I thought K&C were going to hiss at you… they sure didn’t seem to want to hear that.

  2. david compton commented on Jun 22

    I have watched both interviews with Vonage & Eght. It seems like you guys were applauding Vonage with their many interviews. The interview with Eght was very negative! I agree this business is going to be filled with competition: why does this make Vonage better?

  3. Toni MacIntyre commented on Sep 10

    Please relay this message to Kudlow or Kramer, the bald guy with the beard. I watch his show occasionally on CNBC, but get turned off whenever this guy comes on. I find this guy’s delivery very offensive. He does not need to scream and shout to get a point across. He is loud and obnoxious, he thinks he is cute but some friends and I think he is too overbearing and disgusting. He might know his material but his manner and style prevent people from watching him.

  4. sattar commented on Nov 15

    Kramer & kudlow should stick to market info and stay off politics. Also what;’s with the shouting Kramer. That kind of rude attitude may go down well in NYC but you look like a jerk in red states.

  5. Larry commented on Dec 22

    If you want to see where the cost of drugs is just call some on line pharmacies for a quote on drugs you,or someone you know uses, and compare the costs.

    I use (800 966 5772), also online.

    Price of “Cerac” is $118.00 @ Longs & Rite Aid. I paid $18.00 and I get a 90 day supply of Lipitor (10MG) for $25.00 both are postage paid. My friends claim they pay $100.00

    May not be best to use if you need the item NOW, but if a regularly taken drug you can wait for, why not.

    So who is taking advantage of the customers?

  6. bob weaver commented on Dec 23

    Jim made a comment about a stock, sounded like “pws” he said may be next microsoft. What is the name of the stock?

  7. alan stevens commented on Jan 10

    Everyone talks stocks but very few look at convertibles. Want to play the commodities game. Look at International Paper(buying back 20% of their debt in next two years) or Summfit-Stone turning their operations around or
    El Paso who is getting back on track with production and in all likihood recover the write-offs they took in the E&P area. The yields are great and the returns will be better than average. Look at Owens Illinois who is the largest glass maker in the world. I believe 1 out of every 2 bottles i produced by them. And the likihood of the settlement of the asbestos issues seem to imminent.

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